I believe in a culture of transparency because it creates a feeling of confidence; when you are honest in your personal and professional life you reflect an image of integrity and trustworthiness. Strengths and Ethical Aspirations My strengths are my firm beliefs for equality and sensibility. In nursing we make decisions every day concerning the care planning, treatment, and disposition of the patient; today we have to consider the community at large when we are caring for the individual patient and the family considering their wellbeing along with the population. It is a sense of harmony for all involved in the population taking care and being sensible to the individual needs of each patient rather than the community at large. In my personal life I believe that we should treat each other the way we will like to be treated; with dignity and respect.
New Horizon exemplifies a practice where performance excellence and patient relationships are highly valued, and where our staff is genuinely committed to improving the lives of each patient. We maintain the highest level of integrity and confidentiality while simultaneously fostering an environment of caring attention for every patient. New Horizon is forward thinking as is demonstrated by the custom integrated treatment plans that each of our patients come to expect. It is our holistic approach toward medicine that our patients truly seem to appreciate. Honesty, loyalty and a compassionate attitude toward every patient is what makes New Horizon your leading Health and Wellness provider.
Here at the clinic, we have confidence in our employees and know that they have made the right decisions for the Douglas County Clinic. Reference Center for Healthcare Strategies Inc.. (2012). Medicaid Policy. Retrieved from http://www.chcs.org/info-url_nocat5108/info-url_nocat.htm?type_id=1048 Rundall, T. G., Martelli, P. P., Arroyo, L., McCurdy, R., Graetz, I., Neuwirth, E. B., et al. (2007, September/October).
The goals of the ethical principles are respect for autonomy, beneficence, justice, and least harm. The ways that the organizational goals are tied to its ethical principles are the satisfaction of the patient the organization tries to make the patients happy and allows the patients to make his or her own decisions. Essentia Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center wants to ensure the patients his or her well-being and the highest quality of care that any facility could provide. The organization is committed to the respect for the patients, teamwork, and the happiness of the patients, the poor, and the powerless.
QI Plan Part III Healthcare organizations rely heavily on quality improvement. Quality improvement is vital to an organizations success because it is about continuous enhancements in delivering care to patients. This is achieved by using several different methods in qualitative and quantitative ways. As one of the top leading cancer treatment and research center, it is imperative that a patient feels important. Patients should not have to wait 4 to 5 hours to receive treatment, see a doctor or have any test performed on them, unless there is an extremely valid issue.
I am expected to ensure that all patients are treated fairly and with dignity and respect, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and diagnosis, and always act in the best interests of the individual whilst allowing them to be as independent as possible. I assist with activities of daily living, giving them choices regarding their care, such as what food they would like to eat or what clothing they would like to wear. Observation skills are very important when taking care of vulnerable adults, such as listening, paying attention to detail, being vigilant and aware of surroundings. Looking for triggers in patients that may lead to aggressive or agitated behaviours. 1.2 Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Having a duty means that it is
Explain how own role fits within the delivery of the service provider (3.1) a) Communicating promptly with the service user, other colleagues and my employer to coordinate care of patients as allowed by regulations. Information systems should be accessible and allow easy exchange of data in a confidential and responsible manner. b) Making sure patient’s advance directives are identified and utilized c) Assists patients and, where appropriate, encourages self care and self management of self-limiting conditions through good interaction d) Provide quality services in the most effective manner consistent with the best interest and convenience of the patient e) Help to maintain a unified, common, clear medical history and record of patient. Explain the effect of own role on service provision (3.2) i. Reduction in work load for Nurses.
Their main focus is to provide the best quality of service to its patients. They are non-profit organization that meets everyone’s need, emotionally, spiritually, socially, economically and physically. Aurora conducts health surveys and takes active roles that positively impact the health and well being of everyone being served. The stakeholders in this group are, employees, customers, investors, and the broader community. Each plays a very important part to the hospital.
Communication between colleagues will ensure that we always give the highest standard of care because | |through communication we share knowledge , diagnose problems early and give and receive necessary information in order to give the proper care for our | |clients. | 1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work |In caring communication is the key in doing our job to the highest standards. Most of the time care plans are the way of communication in between | |the carers, so the plans should be fill up in the most accurate way; information must be passed on so no mistakes are made. In my opinion a lack of|
The inter-professional practice is always centred around the patient and team. This method of practice will benefit the service user whenever care is provided. Research has shown that awareness of inter-professional partnership improves patient safety through the health services available and enables high levels of motivation and well-being for both patients and colleagues. In contrast it reduces the number of patients admitted to hospital as it provides the same standard of care, where the patient feels most comfortable.